After a bit of research myself, I've found them available at Walmart along with some more conventional standoffs. Further searching at the Asus page for the board shows the motherboard comes with empty holes from the factory! They are also available on ebay (all from over seas) ExampleThose are weird. I've never seen that type on any of the boards I've worked on. They've all been the press fit type that are simply rounded on the backside and do not have any type of clip in or expansion aspect to them. That's great though. I wonder if those are available on the general market since nothing comes up on any search but maybe requires knowing the specific nomenclature for them.
Yeah, but those need something to screw into.
No apologies needed.My error - apologies.
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Interesting that that anchor now comes with the motherboard or is otherwise available.
One question: how well or easily does the anchor allow m.2 removal? Does the anchor clamp down/lock in place like a zip tie?
I expect that you would just pull the ring to uninstall the m.2 - correct?
Will the anchor allow you to test before installing?